• June top stories, brought by INNPAPER

    Colour-changing paper strips to detect rising carbon dioxide in buildings, beautiful insects made from upcycled e-waste and a flexible, stretchable lithium-ion battery. Catch up on the monthly news from the field of printed electronics in our June digest below. A paper sensor for carbon dioxide Researchers from the University of Alberta, Canada, have created a sensor to detect changing carbon [...]

  • Wood optic fibre

January top stories, brought by INNPAPER

2020 has finally arrived and with it, many good news in printed and flexible electronics. As always, we hand-pick them for you, so keep reading to know more! Just a quick side-note: we are currently [...]

  • INNAPPER team at the facilities of ynvisible in Lisbon

INNPAPER Consortium Meeting in Lisbon

Multichromic paper-based displays. Working printed batteries. Tailored nano-paper with very good transparency qualities. These are just some of the results we saw last week at our consortium meeting in Lisbon. Over the two days of [...]

November top stories, brought by INNPAPER

Winter is coming and it is full of of printed and flexible electronics and sensors. Keep reading for the latest news and, as always, leave a comment or give us a shout on Twitter or [...]

  • Researcher Gilberto Siqueira from Empa holding a nanocellulose sensor

October top stories, brought by INNPAPER

This month has come full of good news for printed sensors, as you will find below. Read the latest news and, as always, leave a comment or give us a shout on Twitter or Facebook [...]